Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 302, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1927 Page: 4 of 50
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THE BORGER DAILY HERALD
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1327.
WASHING TON. (5. C.—That lb.
Fedurul Oil Conservative Hoard !:■
insistent upon cation on conserva-
tiou is shown by lUo issue of the
following st at mem from the offices
of. the board in the Department of
the interior today:
A committee of nine, r^pre^en-
tmiving equally the tlowrnment.
• he petroleum industry and Am-
erican Bar Association, will likely
soon be selected to draft the ten-
tative legislation for the conserva-
tion of th eoutry's natural petrol-
Secretary's kork. of the In: tr-
ior's department. as chairman of
the's oil board, recently in r,u ad-
dress before tlit American 1!.:: A-
sociation at Buffalo suggested tlu
formation of a joint cotnmi :•
definite steps to protect the rem. r.-
in soil deposits of the couir.rj
This action on the part r\ ;h thai: -
mail of the oil board was pr..n::p<ii
through an insistence of ;!:c i.
industry that the constantly re-
currring overproduction i: > rude
petroleum was demoralising 'he
economic structure of the idtis:ry.
depleting the nation's kiiiwn,
posit.- of oi'i. and threaten:::!- ti:
"The oil indnstrj has sascr-:.".!
that 'waste' incident t. the v.
production is a mena- < ;n:.i ih>
phase alone justifies p:vmp:
.effective action i>y Fed<
Government. The . :1 board use:,
has subscribed ;o the vi< ...- . f :i-
indnstrj leaders that i ■ ■
be taken to pr. r- ■ th i .
ing oil deposits of the uur: :
acainst r< kiesss and :n .iie s ex-
ploitation. and sin. ::- 'rcatb
lias repeatedly nrged that tlu- in-
dustry endeav. i n> v rk
mutualityitiy e: interis: pi -crair.
which would b eijuai'.y :::- : ...i
to industry ;:ud po<vrnment 1..
the absence oi such a >ncrete,
icoufltruetive and equitable plan .:
Chairman Work s...cges : <
tion. of the couimitti . :
study legislative action. '.
the Amercin Har association and
th oil indu try. tin. ugh E. V."
Clark, president tlu .V.nt:. |
Petroleum insti'.ut . h.-.v,
ted intention to . pi :m ie>:
bebzers. after wi:i the ! .
will name three i ep'.vs.-ue. . .
OKl'.YKTMK.N'l Villi FAN I
Less Water, But
It Must Be Pure
UK R LIN (^P>—Germans drink
less water than Americans, but
control over Us quality is much
more strictly enforced here than
' elsewhere. This is good news to'
American tourists, «vliose conunip-
tion of i-'e water is a source of un-
failing amazement to Germans.
A npw pure food law, whili
1 came into effect October ). ex-
pressly includes drinking water j
among articles of consumption the:
adulteration or pollution of whit h I
is inaye puunishable by law
Measures adopted to guarantee
pure water vary according to th
source of suppply. Stations using
'surface water, particuarly rive'
water, resort mainly to slow Altera-
tion through sand, combined with
some clarifying agents. In re-
cent years there has been more;
general treatment of water with
chlorine. Hamburg, which takes
its water from the Elbe, employs
sand fiKeraUqn and the chlorine
orocess both before and after fil-
Germany resorts to water from]
rivers or lakes only when a sup-,
ply of sub-srut'ace water. either
from welsl or springs, is not easily |
uvailai.ii Sometimes however-
.it ies dam mountain streams in
valleys where water j.-: less likely I
to be infected. Greater Berlin's !
water supply coines chiefly from
deep \%e!Is The v ajer i> free from
all infection and require., only in
be freed l'vfom i - mineral content I
before being u.-ej. Munich's water
supply curies from the mountain
. ! I'?. \l VtH'ATK
won three of the games and tied -us and Oklahoma complete the Urak, Giunell. Washington '""'Australian
Some valley critics alleged
four-game schedule was uot rep- souri tlnishiiig with an unniarred ley are elated ov-or the performance
resentutive but the Aggies took iccord. Nebraska. Kansas, Iowa I of Missouri. Oklahom and
schedule. j the Oklahoma Aggies
a Barring the possibility of Mis- Football fans in the Missouri val-:
KANSAS CITY (/p. -October
: defeate for the only Missouri Val-
; ley conference football ■ teams with
light schedules ended the possibll-
i itv of last year's short cut to the
championship being repeated.
Some distention was caused in
'".'ti when the the Oklahoma Au-
i gits finished a four-game cam -.
paign unedefeated and claimed the
conference honors. The honors i
'the title on ithe s;rentgh 'f theit Stale and Oklahoma still can be Slae in inter-conference games
j final 1,000 per cent standing. , counted in the running Bach has against teams of the Big Ten.
rile champions were elminiated lo'' hot one. game. All have two Chicago dropped before Oklalio-
11,| y,..ir )>v Washington 'I to 0. 01 more hard games ahead how- ma's passing attack at the opening
and Drake's wings were clipped ever. jot the season, md since then Mis-
later b> Kansas. T to •. Both None of the members of the new souri. leader in the Missouri \ alley
!schoob had scheduled only three "Big Six' conference, which be-1 conference gave Northwestern
ganu s each and now have dropped -jmes operative at the close of the bating ol :■! I to 1!'
in the i-uiiniug with a final rating present adaeedmic year, has heen tied Illinois 1:! to 1-'
of (IT per cent thei best hope. tumbled yet by one of the four evn was the Big Ten champion in
CndeafeutiHl .schools lelt out. i 1! 2G. and Illinois now has the best
:.;i-si :iri tlu oul> undfeated , The r.ev. i-oulerence is «oiuposed I record in that conference.
school in the conference now This of Kansas. Nebraska. Missouri. Two valley teams has tallen b -
p. -1 ion the Tiger team will en jo;. Kansas Vugies Oklahoma and lowajfore opponents trom the larger iw-
;.: least until it« oncference sched- state It was formed at a sec- cuit Minnesi ta defeated Okla-
ule is resumed Armistice Day. j let meeting here in September, lioma Aggies and Kansas lost to
Hani games with Iowa State. Kan- when the larger schools deserted j Wisconsin.
MULBOUHNK. Australia (#>—
lu a test race on the Yarra to de-
termine Whether Australia will
sen., a sculler to the next Olympic
games. 11 K. I'earce sculled 2,000
meters in 7 minutes, 24 seconds,
which it is claimed, lowers the
world's amateur record by 22 sec-
onds. He defeated four competi-
Peaive -- y^ars old. G leer, in
height and weighs 1S2 pounds. He
sou of Harry I'earce. former Aus-
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Just give your boy or girl a list and send ihem to either of our Piggly Wiggly stores. Everything marked
in main figures. Real honest weights and an adding machine ticket with each purchase along with cheer-
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In addition to these unusual low
prices-we will give you with each
50c purchase a free ticket on this
beautiful Chevrolet sedan to be giv-
en away absolutely free Xmas Eve.
Also $50 cash each Saturday night.
4S-lb. sack Best Grade, guaran-
teed. Fresh car load just re-
ceived. Made by new crop wheat
Large, Firm Heads
In Cloth Bags For
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A * ell-ord- .<-d propi a
in)i bu in *s and plensurl
prejwired. hni *"iii i i
imI in detail nn«il «?i« opening se^s
jon ihp tneetinr
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(<J 21i POi
Jorathan and lan
15c Package, each
Winesaps, per doz.
Fancy Baby Beef
Good Size and Sweet
F.teuiar 50c vaiue. oer doz.
cunshine, in tin boxes
Fancy Loin of Pi
Special, inix?d in 1 i'?. sacks
Bring Your Own Pail
r ic&Hies 3°; v*!"-pc-',b- isc
Smai! and Lean
Largj No. 2- cans, sliced 01- ft T"
fir Ives. No iim'.t buy ai* you £ A
v.-^nt, 40c value, oer can
Our Own Si'gar Cured
Ask Your Neighbor About This
No. 1 candied in 1 doz
Cartons, oer doz.
-ugar Cured, whole or halt
Piece, per lb.
Morris Supreme, F'rtt Grade, no;
Salty, whole or hah', per lb.
Tall Can-, each
S'nall Cftns. each
Nc Lsn• ii—A'e Have a Carload
v~.icl Goid, Best Grade
Creamery, per lb.
V e sell the best meats '.hat money can buy and guarantee staisfaction or money cheerfully refunded at
cither of our sanitary markets.
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Welsch, Chopsie S. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 302, Ed. 1 Friday, November 11, 1927, newspaper, November 11, 1927; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth209301/m1/4/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.